SOUTH YORKSHIRE HOUSING ASSOCIATION
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 205 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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Maintenance Electrician
£28,964 per year
Electrical Supervisor
£30,521 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 28 reviews and is evolving.

3.1720174.5020182.3320193.002020

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Key Worker/Support Worker in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
on 8 April 2020
Highly dependent on the individual department or project
I worked at 3 projects within SYHA, one was incredibly laid back but a bit unchallenging, the second was the best team I ever worked with, the third was immensely stressful. It the strengths of the project leads and the culture of co-workers that form the good qualities, if fairly autonomous they are good places to work - too micromanaged by head office and its overly stressful and poorly directed. Also little chance for development
BBO Work Coach in South Yorkshire
on 11 September 2020
Naïve, disorganised & unsupportive
Typical Day - Turn up to your place of work & try and find a desk to work at.Find out the paperwork you have been using has been updated several times in the past 24 hr rendering your work from the previous day/week/month useless or at least in need of amending significantly.Priorities completely all over the place.For example – the first 2 weeks of the job were days away, team building and & long talks -“an afternoon for personal reflection” – which is great if you want to go home early. It’s not so great when you start your actual work which in my case was working closley on a 121 basis with the public - vulnerable people with issues. There was zero Safeguarding Training (essential for my role) & they didnt even have the correct software & setup on in-house systems. Personal Reflection time might have come in more useful after being in difficult situations with clients without the proper training or support. Regarding management – Too many cooks. Different goals & targets with a real lack of communication & consistency.Weak response to workplace bullying & unprofessional behaviours. Ineffective, underwhelming & dated techniques.Staff Moral is constantly low with a high turnaround of staff. Arguments, bickering & belittling dismissed as “teething” and is the norm. Awful. Decisions made in stark contrast to their company philosophy, creating a complete lack of integrity & sending the completely wrong message to staff, which some happily went along with in order to hit targets. Naïve about other support & organisations out there, especially the public sector. Endless red tape & box ticking.Job adverts, literature on leaflets etc. contained endless niceties & buzz words but ultimately meant nothing. Ask your clients, customers and staff. Empty rhetoric they didnt connect with on any level. Hardest part. Working with vulnerable adults, flagging up concerns with management in line with policies and being unheard. When serious “events” happen there is a total lack of contingency, help or support to the staff members.ProsConsPoor Managment, Bullying, Lack of Integrity
Project Lead in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
on 1 July 2020
Poor Management and bullying culture
Worked as a Keyworker and Project Lead. Most staff are poorly paid and on temp contracts. Bullying management culture and if your face doesn't fit your done for. Projects are often pulled due to poor budgets and lots of managers don't have the experience to manage. Support workers are paid less than supermarket checkout operators. Avoid this company like the plague.
Volunteer Coordinator in Wellington Street
on 30 June 2020
Great Company
Worked there in Project Management. Couldn't fault the organisation. They truly care about their service users and employees and the work culture is nice.
Work and Enterprise Coach in Rotherham, South Yorkshire
on 3 March 2020
Modern company with great values
Working for SYHA has been a pleasant experience, staff are supported and encouraged to develop in areas of strength, Flexible working is encouraged. A great network of support from inside SYHA and external benefits available to employees.
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